It's time to shop around for something that doubles as a town car and also suitable for my beloved road trips. Problem is that we keep changing our mind about what to get. With all the talk of electric vehicles, I am concerned about spending about $25k on a near new diesel vehicle that is very comfortable and can tow a medium sized caravan when needed and doesn't cost a fortune for fuel and tyres like traditional 4WDs. I want a Subaru Outback (with bling) because they look good and they are higher off the ground than the Liberty. Mr Angel is looking at a Hyundai Santa Fe and other SUVs due to comfort and budget compared to typical truck 4WDs. We considered a Camry (can tow) but there was some reason it doesn't tick all the boxes. I dont want to buy a ten year old car (for low $) if it is going to have things needing replacement, or is that a good idea given the govt will be taxing diesel like crazy in about five years time and my car will be worthless again so soon?